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List the name of the character and show a picture.
Explain anything else about the character if you want.
List the name of movie, novels, comics, anime, manga, television, and etc.

Let me know if a thread like this one exist.
Thanks a bunches.

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The Dark One

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Devil man from Dragon Ball


Lolz, Jk

Pro'ly The Joker from Batman

He's always looking for more shit to fuck up on a daily basis
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God of the scriptures.



The most murderous fictional character ever invented.
Condones rape, slavery and the murder of children, by commandment.
Demands the death of witches, leading to uncountable murders (to this very day).
Sadistic to the extreme, said to have the power to prevent evil, but does not.
ex: Was apparently in the room during the stony brook child massacres, let it happen.
Demands love and praise, on pain of infinite torture.
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The evilest character in all of fiction? Hard question to answer, but if I had to say one only I'd go with The Antagonist.
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Aizen from Bleach, I'm sorry but I had to say it. Dude was fucking slaughtering everyone like damn...dis dude is vile.
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ZenZaku wrote:

The evilest character in all of fiction? Hard question to answer, but if I had to say one only I'd go with The Antagonist.


Know any?
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SCAR from the lion king. man murdered his brother, took his wife, tried to kill a toddler and all sorts of wacked up stuff.
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Insanely rich and powerful Corporations like The Umbrella Corporation
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Iago from The Tragedy of Othello the Moor of Venice.
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The millennium earl from D.GrayMan.
he use peoples suffering to recall there lost loved one from the dead then killed them to used they bodies like puppets to make more
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Well it depends on how othello is interpreted, like if they play him off as the idiot then Iago is just a regular villain, but if they make it so Iago is super cunning then i agree.
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God / Allah. It is the embodiment of everything, which includes all evil known to man.
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This guy.


And this guy.
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professorzero wrote:

Well it depends on how othello is interpreted, like if they play him off as the idiot then Iago is just a regular villain, but if they make it so Iago is super cunning then i agree.


I don't believe that I have ever seen Iago portrayed as an Idiot. In my mind that would be a disservice to the character. Iago is the proud soldier who fought loyally with Othello until he was passed over for promotion. He could not bear this insult so he manipulates those around him to bring about the destruction of Cassio, Othello and Desdemona. Even then he is reticent "Demand me nothing. What you know, you know. From this time forth I never will speak word." . No explanations for his actions no apologies, no defense. His only goal was to cause pain.

It is nice to know there are still those that can appreciate the subtlety of Iago's character.

Another of my favorite Shakespearean villains would hve to be Richard III "Plots have I laid, inductions dangerous, By drunken prophecies, libels and dreams, To set my brother Clarence and the king. In deadly hate the one against the other...

Shakespeare had the best villains in my opinion. The only one in my mind that comes close is Melville's Ahab.
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